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pentobarbital sodium

[¦pen·tō′bär·bə‚tȯl ′sōd·ē·əm]
(pharmacology)
C11H17N2NaO3 A short- to intermediate-acting barbiturate; used as a hypnotic and sedative drug. Also known as sodium pentobarbitone.
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A number of personal items such as bank cards have been stolen along with a metal box, which contained two glass bottles of Pentobarbitone Sodium and bullets.
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Weinberger, Gold & Sternberg (1984) succeeded in conditioning fear in rats deeply anaesthetized with pentobarbitone, but only by injecting adrenaline during training.
injection of a lethal dose of pentobarbitone 1 hour after the final cerulein or saline injection.
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